Sew up a fast and easy bag that snaps shut and is perfect for holding just a few essentials. There is a handle on top and a pocket on the back for holding things you don’t want to lose track of.
I love to have little sketchbooks or art journals handy for when inspiration strikes, so that’s what I decided to make. These little journals are so pretty that I’m sure they will inspire me all by themselves. Read on for a tutorial so you can make your own.
Sew up a cute pencil pouch that fits in a 3 ring binder. You can make one that’s BETTER than the pencil pouches that they sell in the store. All you need is a little fabric, a zipper, and some leftover vinyl.
Sew a beautiful 2 Zipper Hip Bag (a.k.a. fanny pack, sling bag, waist wallet) using your favorite fabric and the same easy sewing techniques that I used on our free Triple Zip Bag sewing pattern and Designer Zipper Bags Video course.
Nothing could be dreamier than this fast and easy pinwheel baby quilt pattern that’s a kaleidoscope of dreams! The large pinwheel blocks sew together easily so you can quickly piece this baby quilt in an afternoon with very little fabric waste.
I know you have been searching for a fast and fun quilt pattern to use up your fat quarter stash… here it is! Sew up this beautiful throw quilt using 9 fat quarters plus a little more than a yard of background fabric.
Sew a beautiful clutch bag with 3 zippered compartments!
This sweet little bag has 3 zippers on the exterior, plus another zipper on a coin pocket inside.
Get ready to sew your next baby quilt using half square triangles! This fast and easy (and free) baby quilt pattern uses my shortcut method for sewing two half square triangles (HST’s) at one time. After you have sewn all of the HST’s you need, you’ll sew them together with a few extra background pieces and your new baby quilt will be done. And guess what – this free quilt pattern is fat quarter friendly too!
Sew your own DIY Cosmetic Case with just a few sewing supplies including regular quilting cotton. My free sewing pattern is very easy and has step by step photos to make each part as clear as can be.
Organized crochet hooks are a beautiful thing – it’s so easy to find just the one you want. Sew up this handy little case for your crochet hooks and they’ll always be at your fingertips. But really, you can make this fold over case to fit so many different items that I didn’t want to limit you.